TaaS Sets Up Partnership with Digital Currency Exchanges Livecoin and Kuna

Closed-end blockchain fund TaaS is collaborating with the cryptocurrency exchanges Livecoin and Kuna to offer its tokens for trading as of April 28.

TaaS is based on an Ethereum blockchain and uses Cryptographic Audit technology.

Through its partnership with Livecoin, TaaS will be traded with USD and BTC. According to Livecoin CEO Svetlana Geller, the collaboration will facilitate digital currency investment and offer the community a state-of-the-art service for accessing cryptocurrency exchange markets.

Kuna takes pride in being the first bitcoin agency in Eastern Europe and Ukraine. It will allow TaaS to be traded with BTC.

Tokens issued by TaaS are based on profit-sharing smart contracts. According to the scheme, token owners are entitled to 50% of quarterly profits.

TaaS will be open for investment during its Initial Coin Offering to run until April 27. Afterwards, tokens will be available for trading on the Livecoin and Kuna exchanges.

TaaS has already surpassed its initial milestone of 2,000 BTC and is currently offering a 20% bonus for the next 1,000 BTC raised.

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